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Wade 0. Martim. Democratic Camildals for Ceugress. Election Nov. J.
Oil At Bayou Bouillon.
NEW FIELD OPENED IN ST.
MARTIN AND WELL CON
The flowing oil well brought in
at Bayou Bouillon last Wednesday e
by the Gulf Refining Company and
Messrs. Emerson and Sutton. is i
still flowing without interruption,
it is annonnced here. The oil is
of a fine grade, and is completely
free of sand and of water. All
who visit this field report that
there is no doubt that an extensive
oil field has been opened, and that
Louisiana has made another step
forward as a leading oil producing
state. The field is situated on the
deep Atchafalaya river with navi
gable water at all times to Plaque
mine. the Mississippi river and all
points on the Teche.
The exact location of the well is
in St Martin parish, in section 12,
township 9, south range 8 east, in
the southwestern land district of
Louisiana, situated on the proper
ty of the Bayou Bouillon Real
Estate and Improvement Compa
ny, and the Atchafalaya Oil and
Mineral Company, Limited, of St.
Martinville. La., upon whose lands
the Gulf Refining Company and
Emerson'and his associates are now
The name "Bayou Bouillon"
meaning "'Boiling Bayou," was gi
ven this locality by the natives
many years ago. The seepage of
'gas kept the Atchafalaya river boil
ing continually, as it were.
Robert Martin, of St. Martin
ville, whose activities in the oil
business is well known, visited the
field yesterday and is elated over
the new field. This well is said to
be the nearest well in Louisiana to
the Mississippi river and to New
Orleans. Other development has
already been contracted for and
great activity is assured in this
field from now on.
Piare.Tar Relieves A Cold
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey contains all
the soothiug element of the pine forest.
It heals the irritated membrane, and by
It antiseptic properties loouens the
phlegm. yol breathe the easier, and
what promised to be a oevere cold bas
been broken up. For that stuffed-up
feeling, tight chest or sore throat take a
ldoe of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey anod
prevent a wrariug. backlug cough drag
glug through the winter. At your drug
-Mr. Andre Bienvenu who had
join the U. S. Navy several months
ago, returned home this week.
Mrs. E. N. Resweber is visiting
relatives in New Orleans.
-Dr. R. D. Voorhies of Lafay
ette was here Wednesday.
Mrs. Martin J. Voorhies is visit.
ing relatives in New Orleans.
-Mrs. Frank Dauterive of New
Iberia was on a visit here this week.
--Mr. Sadie Bertrand of Rayne
was on a visit to relatives here this
Mr. Robert Badon a student of
the L. S. .'. was on a visit here
-Dr. and Mrs. Milton Tilly of
Patoutville were on a visit here
bliss Olmype Greig left for New
Orleans Sunday to spent some
times with relatives.
-Mrs. K. Schwartz returned
home this week after spending
several days in New Orleans
Mrs. Ralph DeBlanc left Tues
day for Waco, Texas, to visit her
son, Mr. Derneville DeBlanc.
Mr. and Mrs. L T. Guidroz and
Miss Marie Louise Guidry of Ar
naudville were on a visit here this
The Five Hundred Club was en
tertained last Saturday afternoon
- by Miss May Fournet. Cakes and
s refreshments were served and all
f those present spent an agreeable
-We welcome our confrere Mr.
I Maurice Patin on his return to
P Louisiana after an absence of two
r years in New Mexico. Mr. P'atin
o has assume his former position as
a editor of the Lafayette Press.
Catarat Deafness Canot Be Cured
by local applications. as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
s There is only one way to cure catarrhal
deafness, and that is by a constitutional
remedy. Catarrh Deaf ses is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
Ilining of the Eustachlian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
y bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when t is entirely closed. Deafnoess i
d the result. Unless the inflammation
Scan be reduced and this tube restored to
p its normal condition.D hering will be
a destroyed. Manyuv eases of deafeu are
d eaused by catarrh, which is an inflamed
eondition of the mucous surfaces. Hall's
g Catarrh Cure acts thru the blood on the
mucous surfaces of the seystem.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Catarrll Deafness that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
s Cireulare free. All druggists, 75 cents.
I. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, O.
ALL SAINTS DAY
On All Saints Day service were
held at the Catholic Church both
in the morning and evening. At
four o'clock in the afternoon theI
service and sermon was followed
by a procession in a body to the
cemetery which was very largely
This day which is one of the
most observed of the Catholic
Church, drew more people to town
than former years, due to the fine
The day and its scenes were alike
tyjical of the reverence in which
the people of the parish hold their
loves ones, and the living are the
better for the hour spent with their
The cemetery was in a clean con
dition for the occasion, flowersand
other decorations were places on
all the tombs.
Fair In New Orleans
Nov. 11 to 19th.
New Orleans Business Men Give
$25,000 Cash For Farm and
Live Stock Premiums.
Second only to the Shreveport
Fair in importance, the National
Farm and Live Stock Show at New
Orleans is expected to set a new
mark for country fairs in a big
city. In that respect it is unique
in the South. being the largest city
ever to hold a purely agricultural
and live stock show for the benefit
of farmers and live stock raisers.
As an evidence of this the business
men of New Orleans have donated
S$'25,000 in cash to be awarded as
prizes for their country brethern to
stake home with them. The show
will be held November 11 to 19
3f after the culmination of all parish
e fairs and the state fair and the blue
ribbon winners of the varioius
shows will have grand final super
chamionship competition at New
Chaninlg Seasons lring Colds
e- ",tuffed-up head." clogged-up nose.
tight chest. sore throat are sure signs
.d of cold, and Dr. King's New Discovery it
sure relief. A dose of this combination
of antiseptic balsame soothes the irri
tated moembrane. clears the head. loo
s. ene the phlegm. you breathe easier sad
er realize your cold Is broken up. Treat a
cold perlistently; half-way measures
leave a lingering cough. Take Dr.
id King's New Discovery until your cold
Lr- is gone. For 47 years the favorite rem
ois edy for young and old. At your drug
The fact that New Orleans tlo
on rists could not supply the demands
id made upon them for All Saints
all Day, aiid had to order flowers from
le Chicago and St. Louis is not - to
the credit of the State, with all the
land that could be put to use, but
r. it indicates that Louisiana is also
to enjoying some of the prosperity
wo rampant over the entire country.
Sunday Nov. 5.
o 'Susie Snowflake'
hl - IN
na IN FIVE PARTS.
Us' This picture come to us highly re.
commanded and if you 'desire to
md see a good picture come over Sun
0 Admission: 5 and 10c
r FOR SALE.
I's Lot and Stable on Hamilton street
he for sale $500 cash or $600 on 1 2 3
foriyears term with interest, address
u-/ HENRY CHAIiMPAGNE.
re. Abbeville, . Louisiana.
SWe do all kinds of Printinr
In the interest of
WADE O. PIARTIN
Saturday night Nov. 4 at 10 P. M.
at Edw. Robert,
Sunday Nov. 5, at 11 A. M.
Sunday Nov. 5, at 3 P. M. Cecilia
Sunday Nov. 5, at 8 P. M.
Every one is cordially invited to come
out and hear the True Issues of the
Campaign intelligently discussed.
THE COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL
SNEW ORLEANS, LA.
S "Where You Moot Your Friends" "
A. D. STEWART. JOS. L VeASMB
H. P. FOURNET
Wholesale and Commission,
Rail Road Avenue,
ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA.
BfS T OF ST. MARTITVII.E
SWith large resources makes loans
Sto its customers at eight per cent
I' discounts. -- -
Plys 3. per cent interest on Savings Deposits
ant 4 per cent on t Deposits. - - -
Has the facilities to accommodate its customers.
= anor business iis soliitc.